sick on the train, really not my finest moment!

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  1. ams25

    ams25 Well-Known Member

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    Morning lovelies, hope you and your ickle bumps are all well!

    I just wanted to feel sorry for myself and I know you ladies will listen! I have to go to court this morning for work and its 80 miles away from home. I am currently stuck on a packed train and still got another hour to go and I am feeling horrendous. I have just had to get up off my seat and literally RUN down the entire carriage in my posh suit and heels retching and nearly throwing up, but thank god i got to the train toilet in time to actually be sick! Train toilets are disgusting at the best of times, eurgh. I am sat right opposite the toilet now, totally cringing convinced that the entire carriage heard me throw up too!

    Still got the whole day to get through yet - if I am sick in the middle of a courtroom I will actually die of embarrassment!

    I can't really complain as I only have to travel for work about once a month so hopefully I should be in Tri 2 next time I have to do this. My usual 'commute' is just a nice 10 minute walk! I have so much respect for ladies who do a proper commute like this every day when pregnant, you all deserve a medal!

    Bleurgh xxx
     
  2. twinkles

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    Aw u poor thing! Try think of something else, easier said than done!!! Hope you get there with no more sickness :) xx
     
  3. ams25

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    Aw thanks hun x PF is taking my mind off it a bit, and I feel better now I have actually been sick. Just feel a bit shaky now and going to have to force some food down me when I get off the train, even though I really don't want anything.

    Its my own fault. I wished for MS when I had no symptoms a few weeks ago so careful what you wish for ladies :) it is really reassuring to be reminded that your preg, I just didn't mean on the train lol xxx
     
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    Bless ya hunni, must have been awful xxx
     
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    Oh no, poor you!! That is my fear at the moment, being sick in public! I am trying everything to stop it when on the school run with my stepson or on a dog walk! I hope your MS passes soon hun xx
     
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    Oh poor you that's horrible. Hope it passes quickly.

    How many weeks are you? I'm 7 tomorrow and no symptoms but like u wishing for ms! Maybe I should be grateful I don't have it.

    Xx
     
  7. ams25

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    Aw thanks girls! I'm at the court now and got a while before we go in, so I'm sat on a nice comfy sofa with a sugary drink and a blueberry muffin and feeling a lot better :) mine has been very literally 'morning' sickness so far, just in the first hour or so after waking up, so fingers crossed that's the end of it today!

    Dinky - it was my biggest fear too! But now its happened I'm not so scared of it happening again, if that makes sense. If you gotta go you gotta go I suppose! I'm defo going to start carrying sick bags around with me in case of emergency though, how classy!

    Looby - I am 8 weeks tomorrow hun so just a week ahead of you! I was sick twice at 6 weeks, and then had 10 days or so of feeling absolutely fine, andthen sick yesterday and today. So there's still plenty of time for you yet hun! Lol. I know what you mean about wishing for symptoms, I had nothing except tiredness for the first few weeks, not even sore boobs - so even though sickness is horrible, its nice too!
     
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    That must have been awful for you, you sound like you coped with it really well though! Fingers crossed the MS leaves you alone on any commutes from now on :)
    x
     
  9. Looby82

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    Ha ha thanks hon. Glad u feel better xx
     
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    Awwww bless :( I'm glad you feel better now :) :hug: x
     
  11. Jayjay027

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    Aw dear u poor thing! That's not good. Glad to hear ur starting to feel a bit better though.

    Somehow, don't ask me how, I've managed to avoid being sick in public. Its probably largely due to holding myself up at home for 3 weeks during the worst stage of my sickness! Lol.

    I hope it doesn't get any worse for u hun xx

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  12. ams25

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    Thankyou lovely ladies! I feel so much better now, and actually sat eating my lunch at 11.30 am because I'm starving! Lol :) bit of a change from earlier on. This morning was awful but I feel really lucky its only been in the mornings so far, so at least I know (hope) that the worst is over for today :) Plus court is finished too, our client was in and out really quickly so I am waiting for my train and should be back home by 1.30 yay :D I should go back to the office really, but going to take a sneaky half-day and go back to bed instead!

    Jayjay bless you, I remember you saying you were virtually housebound at one point! Must have been horrible. I'm so glad yours has eased a bit now you're in Tri 2 :) there is light at the end of the tunnel! x
     
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    Lol yeah there definitely is!
    I still get the odd sick day but its only 2 days a week normally, unfortunately today is one of those days but I'm startin to feel better now.

    Ur just right taking a sneaky half day lol xx

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  14. michaelsmum

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    I have a bad train story, too. I take the train 3 days a week to work and I have to stand up as when I get on all the seats are always taken. It's only 15 minutes so normally I have no problems. On Monday, though, I was standing there and started to feel really hot, then sick and thought I was going to faint! I crouched down where I was (luckily it wasn't packed out and I was in the carriage where the wheelchair and bicycle access is so no seats) and luckily I started to feel better. The thing is, no one asked if I was ok or even really looked at me. I was a bit nervous about going on the train again, but luckily I've been ok since!
     
  15. Loula

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    i did this too in tri 1 but in a carrier bag during my way home in rush hour x
     
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    Should have seen me this morning! There was someones puke on the road while on my way to work. The sight of it made me gag like crazy (attractive) and a man saw me... Criiinge! I bet he thought I was hungover!
    So you're not alone there :)
    I just breathed in and out slowly and took the mindset that I WASN'T going to throw up. It seemed to work :) Thank god.
     

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